Man arrested in Ash Fork area for firing weapon near U.S. Census workers
ASH FORK — A man was booked into the Coconino County Detention Facility on Sunday for charges that include threatening and intimidating after he allegedly fired a gun in an area near U.S Census workers.
After conducting an investigation, deputies arrested 55-year-old Kaibab Estates West resident Kory Beihn.
Coconino County Sheriff’s deputies were called to Kaibab Estates West, in the Ash Fork area, at about 12:35 p.m. Sunday. The report, from U.S. Census workers, was that gunshots hand been fired, telling dispatch that when exiting their vehicle to check an address, they heard what they believed to be a loud gunshot.
They then got back into their vehicle to leave the area, but the road was blocked by another vehicle.
The workers were then were contacted by a man who approached their vehicle while carrying a shotgun. The workers identified themselves and left the area.
This investigation is ongoing, the release states.
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